Over the past several years, grassroots groups across the country have held mass marches, lobbied government officials and used civil disobedience to ...
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Mr. Bhargava spoke with me on issues ranging from the potential impact of Latino voters and grassroots mobilizations, and the challenges facing progressive groups in the wake of Arizona's immigration law.
This week thousands of children will gather in small and large cities in the United States and Mexico to ask Congress to push immigration reform forward and keep families together.
If asked, each marcher could have shared a slightly different story, some painful memories, some courageous moments, and many dreams of a better future here in the United States.
Seconds after signing with an "unwavering" hand one of the most anti-immigrant pieces of legislation in the United States, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer audibly sighed.
Why are voters not storming the congressional offices of these Republican senators who have conveniently adopted cowardly if not outright antagonistic positions on the issue of immigration reform?
I met Daniel recently on our way to Arizona. He was one of 56 CHIRLA bus riders making the personal decision to demonstrate there as "undocumented" citizens.
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